魔幻北国——水蓝与王洋子演绎俄罗斯名作

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导赏  指挥家水蓝每次到来都是极具话题性的,听众对他过去几年里与中国爱乐乐团合作演绎的尼尔森第三交响曲、德沃夏克第七交响曲等好评如潮。俄罗斯音乐是水蓝的拿手好戏,对于此前还一直没有耳福欣赏的北京听众来说,这场音乐会不容错过。

这场音乐会以利亚多夫的交响诗《魔湖》开场,这首乐曲的副标题是“童话场景”,题献给音乐家尼古拉·切列普宁——如果对这个名字感到陌生,那么你也许听说过他的儿子齐尔品(亚历山大·切列普宁),他发掘了贺绿汀、江文也等中国作曲家,深刻地影响了中国音乐史。《魔湖》时长大约6-7分钟,这种短小的管弦乐小品正是利亚多夫的拿手好戏:配器华丽,旋律动人,在短短的几分钟里就营造出一种如梦幻般美丽的音响世界,让听者为这位已经几乎被遗忘了的俄罗斯作曲大师的才华叹为观止。

音乐会上的其余两部作品都是最常上演的俄罗斯经典名作。柴可夫斯基的洛可可主题变奏曲源自作曲家对莫扎特的喜爱,他运用了复古的乐队编制与复古的变奏曲手法,音乐风格杂糅了维也纳古典主义的雍容大气与俄罗斯式的歌唱性。拉赫玛尼诺夫的第二交响曲是他的三部交响曲里最著名的一首,其第一交响曲的首演遭遇重大失败,导致作曲家陷入了很长时间的抑郁,即使在随后的第二钢琴协奏曲大获成功后,他依然对自己写作交响曲的才能感到怀疑。然而事实证明,第二交响曲是一部精雕细琢的杰作,拉赫玛尼诺夫也不愧为管弦乐色彩大师。音乐会上的三部作品特点各异,向听众展现了一个充满魔力的俄罗斯音乐世界。


魔幻北国——水蓝与王洋子演绎俄罗斯名作

The Magical North: Lan Shui and Wang Yangzi perform Russian Classics


阿纳托利·利亚多夫:魔湖,作品62

彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基:洛可可主题变奏曲,作品33

谢尔盖·拉赫玛尼诺夫:E小调第二交响曲,作品27


中提琴:王洋子

指挥:水蓝


中提琴:王洋子

王洋子,旅新、美中提琴家。自2020年加入中国爱乐乐团。

她曾在许多国际知名音乐厅演出,如卡内基音乐厅、爱丽丝·塔利音乐厅、圣约翰大教堂、柏林音乐厅、慕尼黑音乐厅广场、布拉格斯美塔那音乐厅、德累斯顿音乐厅、曼海姆音乐厅、东京歌剧院音乐厅、新加坡滨海艺术中心、马来西亚音乐厅等。合作过的指挥包括小泽征尔、阿兰·吉尔伯特、水蓝、约翰·威廉姆斯、拉力·拉赫莱夫、乔治·曼纳罕等。

她的演奏非常多元化,从独奏表演到重奏表演以及乐队表演都受到好评。2013年,王洋子作为独奏家受邀于川音交响乐团,并与该团成功演奏了巴托克中提琴协奏曲。同年,她在美国弗吉尼亚州海菲兹音乐节演奏了同曲,该表演受到了音乐节创始人海菲兹先生的高度评价。在重奏演出中,她于2016、2017、2018年都相继获得弗赫斯室内乐比赛弦乐四重奏第一名。2019年在露丝·韦德弦乐四重奏比赛中获得第一名,同时在纽约举办了获奖音乐会。在乐队演奏中,王洋子在留学期间多次担任新加坡杨秀桃交响乐团以及曼哈顿音乐学院的中提琴首席。在校期间她就经常受邀参加新加坡交响乐团与马来西亚交响乐团的排练与演出。2016年,获新加坡交响乐团邀请,并与该团参加为期一个月的欧洲巡演并取得重大成功。在美国留学期间,她也经常与波士顿交响乐团、新泽西交响乐团等一起演出。

王洋子经常在国际著名音乐节上演出,如坦格伍德音乐节、西方音乐营、海菲兹音乐节、

小泽征尔音乐塾等等,在此期间与多位国际上具有影响力的音乐家合作,如今井信子、多明戈、马友友、王健、秦立巍、郎朗、劳伦斯·达顿、辛西娅·菲尔普斯、托马斯·里博尔、玛莎·斯特罗金·卡茨、海蒂·卡瑟尔曼、拉尔夫·克什鲍姆、蒂莫西·艾迪、马克·斯坦伯格、上海四重奏、茱莉亚弦乐四重奏等。

王洋子出生在一个艺术家庭,自两岁半起学习小提琴,5岁起学习钢琴。2007年被中央音乐学院附中录取,2010年考入新加坡国立大学杨秀桃音乐学院并以优异的成绩荣誉毕业,获得学士学位。2014-2018年间以第一名的成绩获得全额奖学金就读于曼哈顿音乐学院,获得独奏和乐队双硕士学位,之后又以一年的时间从该校乐队学院获得演奏家文凭。主要导师包括刘牧、王邵武、张曼琴、平查斯·祖克曼、帕蒂、科佩奇、凯伦·德莱福斯等。

本场音乐会是她第一次作为独奏家与中国爱乐乐团合作。


指挥:水蓝

出生于中国杭州,水蓝在上海音乐学院学习作曲,毕业于北京中央音乐学院,师从徐新、黄飞立教授学习指挥。1986年,他在北京与当时的中央交响乐团进行了首次职业指挥演出。水蓝曾获北京艺术节、纽约齐尔品作曲家协会、第37届法国贝桑松指挥家比赛、波士顿大学(杰出校友奖)以及新加坡政府(最高艺术文化勋章)等颁发的国际大奖。

水蓝从1997年开始至2019年1月担任新加坡交响乐团音乐总监,目前担任乐团桂冠指挥。2007至2015年,水蓝出任哥本哈根爱乐乐团首席指挥,目前仍为乐团荣誉指挥。从2019乐季开始,他受邀担任台湾爱乐乐团的首席客座指挥。

作为客座指挥,水蓝曾经和美国众多交响乐团合作演出,包括:洛杉矶爱乐乐团、巴尔的摩交响乐团、底特律交响乐团、休斯顿交响乐团、旧金山交响乐团和明尼苏达交响乐团。在欧洲,他曾与柏林德意志交响乐团、法兰克福广播交响乐团、丹麦国家交响乐团、斯图加特广播交响乐团、莱比锡广播交响乐团、瑞士哥德堡交响乐团、德意志广播爱乐乐团、毕尔巴鄂交响乐团和坦佩雷爱乐乐团合作演出。同时,他亦曾经担任奥尔堡交响乐团的首席客座指挥并在美国阿斯本和坦格坞等音乐节表演。他与中国爱乐乐团和上海交响乐团维持着密切的合作关系。

在水蓝的引领下,新加坡交响乐团已经成为一个世界级的乐团,并与国际知名唱片公司BIS签订了独家唱片合同。水蓝数次率领乐团赴德国、瑞士、日本、中国、香港、台湾、法国、西班牙和美国成功巡演,并热衷于委托首演及录制来自亚洲作曲家们的作品。


Anatoly LYADOV: The Enchanted Lake, Op.62

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY: Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op.33 (Adapted for Flugelhorn)

Sergei RACHMANINOFF: Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Op.27


WANG Yangzi, viola

Lan SHUI, conductor


WANG Yangzi, viola

Wang Yangzi is a Singapore and American based violist. She has been with the China Philharmonic Orchestra since 2020. 

She has performed at prestigious international venues such as the Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Cathedral Church of Saint John the Devine, Konzerthaus Berlin, Odeonsplatz Munich, Prague Smetana Hall, the Dresden Cathedral, Mannheim Concert Hall, Tokyo Opera House, Singapore Esplanade, the Petronas Philharmonic Hall in Malaysia and many more. She has performed with conductors such as Seiji Orzawa, Alan Gilbert, Lan Shui, John Williams, Larry Rachleff, and Geroge Manahan.

She has received critical acclaim for her diverse performances, from solo performances to repertoire and orchestra performances. In 2013, Wang Yangzi was invited as a soloist with the Sichuan Conservatory Symphony Orchestra, with which she successfully performed the Bartók Viola Concerto. In the same year, she performed the same piece at the Heifetz Festival in Virginia, USA, which was highly praised by the festival founder Mr. Heifetz. In her repertoire, she won first place in the Fuchs Chamber Music Competition for String Quartet in 2016, 2017, and 2018, and first place in the Ruth Widder String Quartet Competition in 2019, with an award-winning concert in New York. In orchestra performance, Wang Yangzi was the principal violist of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory Symphony Orchestra in Singapore and the Manhattan School of Music for several times during her study abroad. She was frequently invited to rehearsals and performances with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and the Malaysian Symphony Orchestra while she was still in school. In 2016, she was invited by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and participated in a month-long European tour with the orchestra with great success. During her study abroad in the United States, she also frequently performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, among others. 

She has also been accepted to international music festivals such as Tanglewood Music Festival, Music Academy of the West, Heifetz Music Institute, Seiji Ozawa Chamber Music Institute, and many others. During this time, she has worked with many internationally influential musicians: Nobuko Imai, Placido Domingo, Yo-Yo Ma, Wang Jian, Qin Liwei, Lang Lang, Lawrence Dutton, Cynthia Phelps, Thomas Ribal, Martha Strongin Katz, Heidi Castleman, Ralph Kirshbaum, Timothy Eddy, Mark Steinberg, Shanghai String Quartet, Juilliard String Quartet and many more.

Born into an artistic family, Wang Yangzi has studied violin since the age of two and a half and piano since the age of 5. She was admitted to the Central Conservatory of Music in 2007 and entered the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music at the National University of Singapore in 2010, where she graduated with honors and a bachelor’s degree. From 2014 to 2018, she received a full scholarship to study at the Manhattan School of Music, where she earned a double master's degree in solo performance and orchestra. She then spent a year at the Manhattan School of Music Orchestra Performance Program, where she received her Performer's Diploma. Her principal teachers include Liu Mu, Wang Shaowu, Zhang Manqin, Pinchas Zukerman, Patty Kopec and Karen Dreyfus.

This concert features her debut as a soloist with the China Philharmonic Orchestra.


Lan SHUI, conductor

Lan Shui is renowned for his abilities as an orchestral builder and for his passion in commissioning, premiering and recording new works by leading composers from Asia and elsewhere on the international contemporary orchestral scene. Having recently assumed the position of Principal Guest Conductor of the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, 2020/21 sees Shui continuing to guest conduct eminent orchestras in both Asia and Europe. 

Lan Shui served as the Music Director of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra from 1997 to 2019, with American Record Review noting that Shui “turned a good regional orchestra into a world-class ensemble that plays its heart out at every concert”. Together they made several acclaimed tours to Europe, Asia and the United States and appeared for the first time at the BBC Proms in September 2014. As of January 2019, Shui has been appointed SSO’s Conductor Laureate. Lan Shui also held the position of Chief Conductor of the Copenhagen Phil from 2007 to 2015, currently serving as the orchestra’s Honorary Conductor. 

As a guest conductor, Shui has worked with many orchestras worldwide. In the United States he has appeared with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, and Baltimore and Detroit symphony orchestras. In Europe he has performed with Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, hr-Sinfonieorchester, Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR, Deutsche Radio Philharmonie, Gothenburg Symphony, Orchestre National de France and Orchestre National de Lille. In Asia he has conducted the Hong Kong, Malaysian and Japan Philharmonic orchestras and maintains a close relationship with the China Philharmonic and Shanghai Symphony.

Since 1998 Shui has recorded over 35 CDs with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra for BIS - including the first ever complete cycle of Tcherepnin’s symphonies – and also works by Arnold and Hindemith with the Malmö Symphony Orchestra featuring soloists such as Dame Evelyn Glennie, Cho-Liang Lin and Gil Shaham. His albums have received twice Grammy nominations.

Lan Shui is the recipient of several international awards from the Beijing Arts Festival and the New York Tcherepnin Society, the 37th Besançon Conductors’ Competition in France and Boston University (Distinguished Alumni Award) as well as the Cultural Medallion - Singapore’s highest accolade in the arts.

Born in Hangzhou, China, Shui studied composition at the Shanghai Conservatory and graduated from The Beijing Central Conservatory. He continued his graduate studies at Boston University while at the same time working closely with Leonard Bernstein at the Tanglewood Music Festival. He has worked together with David Zinman as Conducting Affiliate of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, as Associate Conductor to Neeme Järvi at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and with Kurt Masur at the New York Philharmonic and Pierre Boulez at The Cleveland Orchestra.